Series: Deutsche Geschichte, Geschichtswerk in 12 Bänden

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Deutsche Geschichte Band 1 Vom Frankenreich zum Deutschen Reich 500-1024 by Heinrich Pleticha1
Von den Saliern zu den Staufern: 1024 - 1152 by Heinrich Pleticha2
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 03 by Heinrich Pleticha3
Deutsche Geschichte Bl. 4 - Vom Interregnum zu Karl IV. 1254-1378 by Heinrich Pleticha4
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 05 by Heinrich Pleticha5
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 06 by Heinrich Pleticha6
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 07 by Heinrich Pleticha7
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 08 by Werner Dettelbacher8
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 09 by Heinrich Pleticha9
Deutsche Geschichte in 12 Bänden. Band 10 by Heinrich Pleticha10
Deutsche Geschichte Bd. 11 by Heinrich Pleticha11
Deutsche Geschichte Bd. 12 by Heinrich Pleticha12

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